Parks and Trails

inspiring destinations within your reach

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Ferris Provincial Park

474 County Rd. 8, Campbellford
The Park consists of 200 hectares of woods and fields with 165  camping sites and a great network of easy to difficult trails and roads for biking, hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing or walking. Enjoy scenic bluffs and the picturesque Ranney Falls on the Trent River. Keep an eye open for osprey nests and look for the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge suspended 9 meters above the gorge. LEARN MORE

Cycling the Trans Canada Trail

Hastings Hub Trail

Connecting the Lang-Hastings section of the Trans Canada Trail to the Northumberland County section, the Hastings Hub Trail has a winter route and a summer by-pass route. The Hub Trail includes a Winter walking loop joining the winter and summer loops to form an enjoyable, flat 4-5km trail for walking and exploring. The Village of Hastings has a quaint downtown with unique shops, places to eat and essential services. The Hastings Hub Trail will take you through downtown and along the Trent-Severn Waterway. 

Campbellford Splash Pad in Kennedy Park in Trent Hills Ontario

Kennedy Park

This multi-purpose park has a playground, splash pad, skate park, and soccer fields—everything a family needs for a fun and active day out. Located at 167 Saskatoon Avenue in Campbellford and within walking distance of downtown Campbellford. Ample parking and washroom facility, plus a canteen during the summer months.

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Mary West Nature Reserve

Access from 1186 County Road 35, Campbellford (very close to corner with Highway 30)
The Mary West Nature Reserve, managed by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), features 2.8 kilometres of walking trails that wind through forests, wetlands and along a picturesque creek. New boardwalks and interpretive signage help create a positive visitor experience. The trails are open year-round for daytime foot access, and leashed pets are welcome. LEARN MORE

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Millennium Lilac Trail

Access from Main Street, Warkworth
Take in a panorama of tree-covered drumlins, uplands and valleys on this 2.6 km trail that meanders alongside Mill Creek. This trail is lined with 300 lilac plantings showcasing 73 unique varieties producing an abundance of blooms beginning in mid-May. The trail is the main venue for the Warkworth Lilac Festival that begins on the fourth weekend of May. 

Trans Canada Trail, Campbellford, Hastings, Trent Hills, Ontario

Northumberland Rail Trail

6th Line E./Burnbrae Road, Campbellford
Dit Clapper Way, Hastings
Stretching 33 km from Hastings to Hoard’s Station, enjoy a portion of the Trans Canada Trail, the former rail track that runs east to Ottawa and North to Bancroft. You’ll pass alongside the Trent River, wetlands and rolling farm fields dotted with sheep and cattle. The trail is intended for walking, biking and cross-country skiing.  

Girls cycling along the Rotary Trail along the Trent Severn Waterway in Campbellford Trent Hills Ontario

Rotary Trail

Grand Rd, Campbellford This 6 km trail is suitable for a leisurely stroll or a brisk jog. Situated along the Trent-Severn Waterway canal, it reaches from Lock 11/12 on the Trent-Severn Waterway to the Campbellford downtown. The trail also connects to Ferris Provincial Park by crossing the 300m Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. There are benches and picnic tables available at various locations on the trail.

Hiking at Seymour Conservation Area, Campbellford ON, Trails, Outdoors

Seymour Conservation Area

Hwy. 30 South, Campbellford
Consisting of 82 hectares of woodland, this 6.5 km trail system features a meandering stream that flows through one corner and a wetland that runs through the center of the property. A drumlin, composed of glacial till, lies to the east. There is a provincially significant oak alvar savannah plant community that exists on the property. Trail difficulty is easy to moderate. There is a picnic shelter, tables and outhouse.